A new commercial is out for the Lego SWTOR Fury and Interceptor:
Cuusoo of the Day
This is a Monday which has double the projects so, as usual I make Two picks of the Day
Pick of the Day #1
TRON: Legacy Vehicles
Add "Black" to front of the title of this project and I would be all over it. I doubt Tron Legacy has the draw to get its own Cuusoo sets, but I have always wanted some re-imaginings of the Blacktron line. 4estfeller presents a very nice line of Black and Trans-neon vehicles which fit the bill perfectly.
Pick of the Day #2
Ice Cream Truck
This is a well done ice cream truck, instantly recognizable. Also, I am pretty sure Lego has not done an ice cream truck before either which is a nice selling point. Great use of the butcher minifig too! Although butchers and frozen treats remind of Fifth Element
European Fire Engine
This is a real nice fire truck. One of the best I have seen. It is also very well stocked, I suggest you take a look at the project to see the contents of the containers. I might have placed this above the ice cream truck but Lego has tons of fire trucks already, not to mention the over-abundance on Cuusoo.
Star Wars Blasters
These are truly fantastic recreations of the Star Wars blasters, I really recommend that you take a look. The only reason I did not choose the Han Solo New Hope is because, well, I really don't think they could make it through the review board. Cuusoo does not in fact have a stated position against guns, but Lego does. I know for instance that you cannot put realistic weapons in LUG windows of the Lego Stores.
On top of that is all the strange legal issue is would introduce. I know all gun toys in the US need an orange ring at the end of the barrel. Even if Lego did include a orange piece to go on the end of the barrel, I don't know if Lego can sell a set with the intent of it looking like a real gun since the orange piece could be VERY easily removed.
Atlantis Phase III
Only Thing on Saturday
Star Wars Combine-able Battle pack(s) Combinatorial Mini Sets
This is not the first time Lego has done something like this but Samiam has a very creative implementation of the idea. I disagree with the idea of Vader being in a Battle-Pack though. Since Star Wars Battle Packs were introduced in 2007, no iconic character has appeared in one. Besides, anyone who would buy multiples of the these packs, to form a larger room, would probably already have a Lego Vader ;).